79 editions in 14 countries and over 3 million participants. In the spaces of the Milan Fair, the new Italian edition of Campus Party, one of the biggest events dedicated to innovation and to the creativity of the world.

During the event, thousands of participants had the chance to experience a unique experience dedicated to innovation.

A delegation from CampusX (partner of Campus Party), which actively participated for 3 days and 3 nights, told us about numerous multidisciplinary activities dedicated to the comparison between young people, communities, universities, companies and institutions.

The Campus Party Italia formula includes: 6 thematic stages and a spectacular main stage, 2 workshops, hundreds of coworking stations, hackathons, job factories, new technologies, exports, VR / AR, gaming and the possibility of staying in the only geek camping in the world.

The CampusX guys were part of an edition – the third – with an extraordinary reach: 20,000 presences, 4000 campusos in tents, 250 speakers and 450 hours of content. Among the exceptional guests of the event, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web.

“Campus Party remains an excellent opportunity to bring out the ideas of students. For this reason we intend to actively involve them in the Lombardy Region Open Challenge project, the section of the Open Innovation Platform dedicated to the meeting between innovation demand and supply “- commented Fabrizio Sala, Vice President of the Lombardy Region and Councilor for Research, Innovation, University, Export and Internationalization – “Here companies wishing to do so can already today publish their technological challenges and, starting in September, collect innovative proposals precisely from groups of students, individual researchers, universities and research centers. It is also a concrete possibility of professional growth and the integration of these students into the world of work “.

Today the children of Campus X return to their respective cities, on our social media channels these 3 days are told, with particular attention to the community and the gaze of young people on technology and innovation.